Digital022: Psychosis 4.48 - "...from the pain that burns in the dust to the oblivion of rotting..." (2013/2016, Digital)
Band: Psychosis 4.48
Album: "...from the pain that burns in the dust to the oblivion of rotting..."
Style: depressive post black / blackened doom
Format: Digital, on CD in future
Catalog number: Digital022
Release date: January 13, 2016
Release status: available
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"These lines written by pain,
The pain that burned me,
Wounds of the heart sprinkled with salt,
And in the soul awakens the darkness..."
Project Psychosis 4.48 was formed in late 2008 by Thanataur (Eisflammen, HexenHammer's Flame, Planetshine, Without Dreams, Aurum Solis) & Waldgeist (Wintercult, HexenHammer's Flame, Norskian Anathium, Waldstille, Akrethion). The main source of inspiration was the drama of Sarah Kane. Conceptually the project is based on the existential identity crisis that leads a person to self-destruct. In 2012-2013 was recorded and released debut mini album "Overdose of Hope". In 2013 recorded a full-length album "...from the pain that burns in the dust to the oblivion of rotting..." which we now bring to your attention!
The musical components of the album is extremely varied but is the monolith and excellently perceived - predominant slow and medium tempo of the music, quiet acoustics and explosive sound with raw components, enticing clean vocals and extreme to hysterical, magnificent lyrics on Russian language passed through the depths of wounded soul - all in this album!
"My World is destroyed,
My Paradise is so dirty,
My Light is not needed,
My Poison is contagious,
My World is crushed,
My God is flawed,
My Hell is beautiful,
My Journey is over..."
Thanataur - all music, lyrics, instruments, vocals (Eisflammen, HexenHammer's Flame, Planetshine, Without Dreams, Aurum Solis)
Cover design - Vladimir Prokofiev (In Tenebriz, Paint-It-Black-Design)
1. Dying Message & Through the Bitterness of Burnt Illusions
2. When Life Flows from the Veins
3. To Escape on the Sidewalk of Death & Epilogue